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Pop-Up Aesop.

Pop-Up Aesop. John Harris, illustrated by Calef Brown. Los Angeles: Getty Publications, 2005. Illus., hardcover, 10 pp., $13.57.

Acquiring a bit of wisdom is intriguing business when listening to and interpreting Aesop's fables. Colorful, entertaining pictures aid imagination and active involvement becomes a reality in this enticing version of the classic tales. In this adventurous book, you can awaken Aesop, rock a baby, or rescue a fallen astronomer! Five fun tales literally unfold in this short and lively pop-up storybook. Enjoy the opportunity to select an animal character and make a story with a moral of your own on the final fable fun page.
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Title Annotation:Children's Book Briefs
Author:Marantz, Ken
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Book review
Date:Oct 1, 2006
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